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A few weeks ago, I posted a series of articles about the process of sewing silk fabric with the help of an advanced machine, the new Malay silk fabric fabric.
I’ve recently been exploring the concept of sewing the fabric with a machine to see if there’s a better way to fabricate a silk fabric.
The fabric I’ve been using has a silky texture that’s not too thick and fluffy and has a soft feel to it.
I have a soft spot for fabric with this texture, especially because of how much of it is used to make the fabric.
In fact, the silk fabric in the fabric pictured above, which I’m going to share with you, has the silky quality that I’m talking about.
The process of fabric-making from silk fabric is so easy that it feels like an extension of sewing.
For example, you can get a soft fabric, such as a cotton or silk fabric by folding it and rolling it out.
But if you do this step with the silken fabric, you’ll end up with a very dense and soft fabric that is prone to warping.
The silky fabric in this post is actually a soft silk fabric that was rolled and folded to create a soft and lightweight fabric.
Silken silk fabric can be purchased at your local sewing store.
Here’s how to make a silk fiber with just a few machine-made steps.
Step 1: Fold and Roll a Silk Fabric